Read this: From Trinny and Susannah to Donald Trump, reality TV has ushered in an age of spite
Summary: Ps on the Digital, Culture, Media and sport select committee are asking how reality TV became so spiteful that two Love Island contestants, and one participant of the cancelled Jeremy Kyle Show, are dead. Of course it is too late to mourn the death of courtesy – and empathy – in public discourse; this is, in every sense, a post-mortem. Those same MPs may walk a gauntlet of screams as they go to work. Disagreement without rancour has become archaic, even semi-mythical. The MPs heard a submission called Belligerent Broadcasting from the academics Angela Smith and Michael Higgins (who I name to be polite). They named Trinny Woodhall and Susannah Constantine, two semi-parodic Sloane Rangers who... - www.telegraph.co.ukwww.telegraph.co.ukFrom Trinny and Susannah to Donald Trump…
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